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From @adriansteirn - so powerful
"A male white rhino. Just dethroned. We pulled him back from the anesthetic and took off his blindfold as he came to his feet. The hand in the photo tells the story. They need our help. The very species that can save them is also killing them" #saverhino @rhinosinafrica
A dreamer dreaming
A segment I did for @GoodMorningAmerica about @thrivemkt and our current struggle finding honesty and integrity in the world of food. Read. Write. Spread the word. Use your voice. Know what you're eating, but also know what you're being "fed". Take control. I'm so proud to be a part of this movement aka @thrivemkt. http://www.whosay.com/l/IbaaBUn
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Good morning Paris...Entre deux cœurs qui s'aiment, nul besoin de paroles...
#NCAgGag puts ALL consumers at risk! @PatMcCroryNC, please veto HB405! @NCChamber @NCRMA #pork #chicken #ncpol http://www.whosay.com/l/haCaAQn
Please read this...use your voice. You have the power.
On behalf of the ASPCA, we really need your help protecting farm animals from cruelty and suffering by urging North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory to veto HB 405, a dangerous ag-gag bill that will prevent undercover investigations from taking place. If this ag-gag bill passes, it threatens the safety of all consumers, as North Carolina is one of the top producers of pork and poultry in the country. In April, an undercover investigation at a North Carolina chicken slaughterhouse revealed workers violently tossing birds, slamming them upside down into moving shackles and throwing injured birds onto piles of dead birds like trash. Unfortunately, North Carolina lawmakers just passed HB 405, and if Gov. McCrory signs this bill, this investigation could be the last time that we get a glimpse into what really happens behind closed doors on industrial farms. “Ag-gag” laws threaten not only to cover up horrific animal abuse and food safety problems, but also illegal or unethical environmental and labor violations. HB 405 is so far reaching that it could even prevent nurses from revealing elder abuse in hospitals or nursing homes, teachers from exposing child abuse in day cares, and workers from documenting workplace discrimination or mistreatment. The bill now rests on Gov. McCrory’s desk, and he has until May 29 to sign or veto the bill. There is still a chance that he could veto the legislation but only if he hears from influential individuals like yourself. We’re asking that you Tweet at him - @PatMcCrory - asking him to veto HB 405, and urge anyone you know to do the same.
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